Newgale, Nr Roch, Haverfordwest
- Stunning Location between Nolton Haven & Newgale, with views.
- Two Successful Holiday Lets with High Existing Income.
- Unconverted Yard with Outbuildings & 9 Acres (Approx).
- Potential for Superb a Holiday Complex.
- A Total Lifestyle Change/Business Opportunity.
- Income Established from Several Sources with Planning in Place for Further Development
Tenure: Please confirm if this is a freehold or leasehold property with JJ Morris
Overall Description - Trefrane Development is a unique opportunity to purchase 2 existing & popular Holiday homes, (Trefrane House & Trefrane Lodge) with a large income already in play, as well as a range of unconverted outbuildings including barns and agricultural sheds, in a stunning location with rural and sea views. Located on the Pembrokeshire coastline near to Newgale, the development will undoubtedly become a jewel in Pembrokeshires holiday let crown, but has potential to be developed as residential properties subject to the necessary planning. The development comprises - Trefrane House, Trefrane Lodge, 2 Unconverted Barns which could make up multiple properties, 2 large agricultural sheds, a large courtyard plus approx. 9 acres with rural views and some sea views. This stunning development gives you a substantial income from Day 1 whilst the potential for the remainder of the site is almost unlimited. For anyone looking at a total lifestyle change with a ready-made business and a high income from Day 1, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Location - Approx 1.5 miles from Newgale and the sandy cove of Nolton Haven, on the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline, Trefrane Development is a jewel in the Pembrokeshire Holiday Let crown in a stunning location with rural, sea and Castle views! How many properties can say that?!
Trefrane House - A beautiful old former farmhouse, with a separate wing, set in 9 acres of farmland just a short drive from both Newgale and the sandy cove of Nolton Haven. A solid, spacious 19th century Pembrokeshire former farmhouse, recently and lovingly renovated to the highest residential standards with wide, sweeping views over open rolling countryside to the sea and inland to the tower of Roch Castle high on the skyline. Furnished and decorated with great attention to detail – luxurious locally made curtains, soft furnishings, carefully chosen light fittings, and a variety of coloured glass door knobs to finish. Trefrane House is next door to, but completely separate from Trefrane Lodge, with its own separate entrance, parking and gardens, and the whole is set in 9 acres of land. Queen Victoria’s favorite coal was once mined at Trefrane – there are no visible signs today but reputedly the miners could hear the sea crashing above them as they worked the seam which stretched far out under the waves.
Access To - Via a shared drive, splitting off to Trefrane House, and to Trefrane Lodge. Trefrane House has a large gated off-road parking area with turning space.
Porch - 1.73m x 1.65m (5'8 x 5'5) - Double glazed UPVC door to fore, slate floor, door to:
Entrance Hallway - 5.51m x 2.21m (18'1 x 7'3) - Slate floor, radiator, under stairs storage cupboard housing heating mechanisms.
Lounge/Family Room - 7.14m x 3.18m (23'5 x 10'5) - Double glazed window to fore and rear, radiator x 2, wooden floor, T.V and telephone points. multi-fuel burner with slate hearth.
Dining Room - 4.34m x 4.29m (14'3 x 14'1) - Double glazed window to rear, slate floor, feature open fireplace, radiator, arch to:
Breakfast Kitchen - 4.62m x 2.46m (15'2 x 8'1) - Double glazed window to side, radiator, slate floor, a range of wall and base units with complementary work surface, space for Aga/oven, with stainless steel extractor over, integral appliances, part tiled walls, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine.
First Floor Landing - 4.04m x 3.68m (13'3 x 12'1) - Double glazed window to fore, radiator, loft hatch, feature stone wall.
Bedroom 1 - 3.45m x 2.36m (11'4 x 7'9) - Double glazed window to rear, radiator.
Ensuite Shower Room - 1.98m x 0.94m (6'6 x 3'1) - Wash hand basin, low-level W.C, tiled walls and floor, shower cubicle
Bedroom 2 - 4.52m x 3.45m (14'10 x 11'4) - Double glazed window to fore, rural/Castle views, radiator, decorative fireplace.
Ensuite Shower Room - 2.82m x 2.03m (9'3 x 6'8) - Double glazed window to fore, wash hand basin, low-level W.C, double shower enclosure, tiled walls and floor.
Bedroom 3 - 4.19m x 3.68m (13'9 x 12'1) - Double glazed window to fore, rural and Castle views, radiator, built-in storage cupboard.
Ensuite Bathroom - 2.57m x 1.85m (8'5 x 6'1) - Low-level W.C, wash hand basin, bath, tiled walls and floor.
Bedroom 4 - 4.72m x 3.40m max (15'6 x 11'2 max) - Double glazed window to rear, radiator, built-in storage cupboard.
Ensuite Shower Room - 1.68m x 1.32m (5'6 x 4'4) - Tiled walls and floor, heated towel rail, wash hand basin, low-level W.C, shower enclosure.
Externally - As well as a large off-road parking area, there is a mature garden area with patio, lawned areas with mature trees, and rural views stretching to Roch Castle.
Trefrane Lodge - The sweeping sands of Newgale and the sheltered little cove of Nolton Haven are only a short distance away from this tastefully furnished Pembrokeshire home. Trefrane Lodge is the 'wing' of a former farmhouse and a cozy retreat from which to explore and enjoy the many delights Pembrokeshire has to offer. Trefrane Lodge is next door to, but completely separate from Trefrane House, with its own separate entrance, parking and gardens and the whole is set in 9 acres of land with panoramic views to the sea in the distance. Furnished and decorated with great attention to detail – fabulous locally made curtains, soft furnishings, carefully chosen light fittings, including a resin ‘antler’ chandelier and coloured glass door knobs to finish. Trefrane was included in the first list of coal mines in 1854 - Queen Victoria’s favourite anthracite was mined here but there are no visible signs of this today – the coal seam stretched beneath the sea and it is said that the miners could hear the waves crashing above them as they worked.
Access To - Via a shared drive, splitting off to Trefrane House, and to Trefrane Lodge.
Porch - 1.85m x 1.55m (6'1 x 5'1) - Double glazed stable door to rear, radiator, slate floor, door to:
Lounge - 5.56m x 4.19m (18'3 x 13'9) - Double glazed window to rear, rural views, slate floor, exposed wooden beams, multi-fuel burner with feature fireplace, store cupboard, radiator, T.V and telephone points, opens to:
Open Plan Kitchen Diner - 4.39m x 4.04m max (14'5 x 13'3 max) - Double glazed window to fore and side, radiator, slate floor, a fitted kitchen with 1 1/2 bowl sink with mixer tap, integrated appliances, part tiled walls, exposed wooden beams.
Hallway - Double glazed window to fore, plumbing for washing machine, slate floor, stairwell to first floor.
First Floor Landing - Loft Hatch, doors to:
Bedroom 1 - 3.99m x 2.51m (13'1 x 8'3) - Double glazed window to fore, radiator.
Bedroom 2 - 4.37m x 3.40m (14'4 x 11'2) - Double glazed window to rear, rural views, wooden floor, radiator, feature portal window to side with sea views, T.V point.
Bathroom - 3.25m x 2.01m (10'8 x 6'7) - Obscure double glazed window to rear, low-level W.C, wash hand basin, bath, tiled floor, heated towel rail, double shower cubicle with power shower.
Externally To Trefrane Lodge - Off-road parking, patio area, lawned garden, rural views.
Courtyard/Unconverted Barns/Outbuildings - Access to is via a gated driveway leading through the courtyard to the outbuildings. Rural and sea views, access to the field to the rear.
Barn 1 - 19.66m x 5.05m (64'6 x 16'7) - A stone-built Pembrokeshire Barn with 2 floors.
Barn 2 - 15.65m x 4.95m (51'4 x 16'3) - A stone-built Pembrokeshire barn.
Shed 1 - 8.38m x 4.95m (27'6 x 16'3) - Electric to.
Shed 2 - 9.91m x 4.93m (32'6 x 16'2) - Electric to.
Agricultural Shed 1 - 21.36m x 8.66m (70'1 x 28'5) - Electric light and power, steel portal frame shed.
Agricultural Shed 2 - 22.58m x 13.28m (74'1 x 43'7) - Electric light and power, steel portal frame shed.
Additional Land - In total, there are 9 acres, or thereabouts, included with the Trefrane development, including gardens, a courtyard and a large field to the rear with rural and sea views, stretching to Roch Castle high in the skyline.
Tenure - We are advised that Trefrane is sold as freehold.
Services - We are advised that mains services are connected.
Broadband - Broadband is available to the area as confirmed by
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About the agent
J.J. Morris Chartered Surveyors are a traditional General Practice firm of Chartered Surveyors, Auctioneers, Land & Estate Agents offering a full range of professional services in property related matters throughout Pembrokeshire, West Carmarthenshire and South Ceredigion. The firm was originally founded in the 1950’s with offices located in Cardigan and Fishguard. In addition the firm was also responsible for running Cardigan Livestock Market. In 1989 a further office was opened in Haverford
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